So, all of this is great. But, how is the ATCS going to work? How long will it take for it to be implemented? How many people have to help? Who needs to agree? Where will we get the money? What do we do with everything that's already in place? Well, I have answers.
Indirectly in some cases, the answer to these questions is advocation. Spread the news and the idea. Chances are, explained in the right way, many people will support it, no matter if it seems excessively ambitious. Allow me to work out the details.
Where to begin? Like I said, awareness is key. We need to get as many people as we possibly can to know about the ATCS. The more people that know, the more people will be wanting to take action. Once the idea reaches those who can really change it, we can get started.
Most likely, we would need federal approval. It may seem a bit far-fetched, but little actions can make a big difference. We would need construction workers, engineers, computer programmers, and anyone willing to volunteer to help carry out this operation, and many of them. The hover will need to be created as a prototype, tested, and mass produced. Construction will need to take place at homes and public buildings(free of charge to the people, of course).
The money and the transitioning process go hand in hand. We can always use government funded grants to help not only with construction, but paying the workers as well. With everything that we won't need with ATCS, such as traffic lights and road signs, we can sell it. With that money, we can construct the hovers and landing platforms. With prexisting roads, we can use them for community purposes, such as running races or festivals.
This is a team effort, and we can make it happen. ATCS will change the world for the better, forever.